Nov. 13, 2020
Not long after the last grapes have been picked in Prince Edward County, Ont., right around this time of year, workers are busy in the vineyards tucking the vines away for winter. They prune and gently lay down canes from tender chardonnay, pinot noir and other grape vines to be covered with a layer of soil that provides insulation against the sub-zero temperatures that are sure to come. The soil – and any layers of snow – will help keep vines safe and warm.
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